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Angela: You're on the right Path. Jesus the 'LOGOS' the Word of God (miracles)

posted by bibleprobe(R) Homepage, Mass., 11.10.2014

The word λόγος (logos) in the prologue of John's Gospel is a word with a very interesting history... Jesus the 'LOGOS' the Word of God, the Son of God, and one with, together, and the same as the Father.

God spoke all into creation. Jesus, the Logos is the Word of God. Everything was created via the Son/Logos with the backing of the Father.

And yes, Jesus is the One God and only God that the Jews ever encountered (burning bush, Mt Sinai, Abraham, Jericho, etc.). Jesus told us nobody has seen the Father. Who the Jews met throughout their history was the Son, the Logos, the Word of God. The Jewish Rabbi Yeshua.

IF you 'key into' nothing else. Key into ALL that the Apostle John has said especially about Jesus. John goes out of his way to tell us that he had a special relationship/understanding with the Lord Jesus.

What do John 1:1,14 mean when they declare that Jesus is the Word of God?

Answer: The answer to this question is found by first understanding the reason why John wrote his gospel. We find his purpose clearly stated in John 20:30-31. “Many other signs therefore Jesus also performed in the presence of the disciples, which are not written in this book; but these have been written that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing you may have life in His name.” Once we understand that John’s purpose was to introduce the readers of his gospel to Jesus Christ, establishing Who Jesus is (God in the flesh) and what He did, all with the sole aim of leading them to embrace the saving work of Christ in faith, we will be better able to understand why John introduces Jesus as “The Word” in John 1:1.

By starting out his gospel stating, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God,” John is introducing Jesus with a word or a term that both his Jewish and Gentile readers would have been familiar with. The Greek word translated “Word” in this passage is Logos, and it was common in both Greek philosophy and Jewish thought of that day.



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